Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 13.05.2022

April Edwards

We’re back this week for another top stories from the #AzureDevOps #Community!

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I am April Edwards and every week I try to bring you the latest updates from around the DevOps on Azure community. If you have a post you’d like to have me include, I am always listening. You can reach out on Twitter or LinkedIn and I will be sure to share your latest post with the community. Also, be sure to tag your posts with #AzureDevOps!

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Posts from the DevOps on Azure Community

We have another week of posts from the DevOps on Azure Community.

Create an Azure DevOps Service Connection to Octopus Deploy
Sarah Lean put together a great video on setting up connectivity from ADO to Octopus Deploy, tool integration FTW!

Implement CI/CD with GitHub, deploying into Azure Functions
Marcel Lupo shows us how to deploy to Azure Functions using GitHub Actions, and bonus uses the VSCode extension.

Start Multiple VMs using Parameters with Azure DevOps Pipelines
Gerasimos Alexiou writes a great blog that helps you manage your virtual machines with Azure DevOps.

Sharing Private VSCode Extensions with Azure Artifacts
Riccardo Rigutini shows you how you can manage and share your private VSCode extensions using Azure Artifacts.

Azure DevOps Management Reports
Vinicius Moura takes you to their GitHub Repo and provides a great walk through on how to configure and maintain this.

Microsoft Posts, Community Events, and Updates

Public Preview: Static Web Apps support for preview environments in ADO
This long awaited feature is here and the documentation has just been updated!

The Azure DevOps Demo Generator has been updated for YAML pipelines.

Static Web Apps support skipping API builds in Azure Pipelines
The Azure Static Web App team have been taking the feedback from the community and really improving SWAs.

Multi-environment deployments with ADO and Azure Static Web Apps
This short video walks you through setting this up!

The DevOps Lab
has published loads of new episodes in the past month.

Thank you to all of last week’s contributors, we appreciate the posts from ALL the contributors!

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Here’s to a great weekend and keep the awesome content coming!

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  • Love Wordings 0

    Hi please we have a few questions on what happens next in terms of migrating to Azure DevOps –
    1. What, if any, build definition policies/settings do we need to implement to migrate from 2020.1.1 to ADO Services and keep our builds for our projects in the same place they are now?

    1. Are there any specific retention settings we need to set/update once we go to ADO Services?

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